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The world needs business to keep the wheels turning
The simple fact is that business, particularly global business, makes the world go around.
Strategy lessons from the World Cup final
There’s a great opportunity to think of this year’s Rugby World Cup through a different lens.
MBA is helping Romy Titus shake up old ways of doing things
Acclaimed sports presenter’s MBA gives birth to innovative project to support women in prison.
The secret to being a good CEO
Far too often in business, we get it wrong. We focus on the wrong issues; we waste time and we waste money. When people don’t know what to do, they default to that which feels most comfortable, creating work to create the illusion of work.
Challenging business – and business schools – to innovate
New research from Henley Business School Africa highlights the role that creative problem solving methodologies can play in business and business school education to unlock new value.
We are living in the era of the clever fool
Abductive reasoning is so powerful because it is the one form of reasoning that sets out to be totally free of dogma and preconception.
Couples that study together stay together
Accountants Melissa Moodley Redlinghys and her husband Mario Redlinghys, graduated with twin MBA degrees from Henley Business School Africa in September last year and the degree has opened up a surprising new international future for them.
AI, ethics and the CIO
As a CIO with a good sense of what’s happening in IT right now, you don’t need to be told that things in the world of AI are moving fast.
A collective of highly intelligent people thinking stupidly
Putting experts into a room and expecting them to emerge with a perfect solution when we don’t know the nature of the threat we are dealing with is a guarantee for failure.
FT ranks Henley as one of the top business schools globally
Henley Business School’s executive education programmes have remained in the top 20 in the world and top in the world for faculty diversity, according to the Financial Times annual review released on Monday 22 May, 2023.
We must not be scared of AI
We should not be worried about artificial intelligence stealing our jobs, but instead, we should be concerned about the jobs of those who don’t know how to use AI being replaced by people who do know how to use AI.
The MBA is a perfect springboard to a new career
From her very first day in television production, Melody Xaba had set herself some very clear goals.
Make your MBA work for you
Choosing a course that suits your needs and embracing all aspects of the programme are the first step to MBA success, both personally and professionally, says Henley Africa MBA candidate, Trevor Ncalo.
Henley Africa branches out in Cape Town
Almost 12 years ago we began a journey, a movement actually, to build the leaders that build the businesses that will build Africa.
No end to schooling for Yvonne Chaka Chaka
Yvonne Chaka Chaka says receiving three honorary doctorates has inspired her to continue empowering herself with education.
We are beset by crises, but that's not an excuse to give up
Crises bring out the best of us. But once they are past, we are often left with the worst of us.
How ML can make revenue assurance a real-time business tool
Trillions of megabytes of data are produced by companies across the globe every day.
Lessons from Vivien
Great management is like the art of Zen - it is observed and mastered in the oblique.
Henley Africa Sol Plaatje scholarship applications open
Henley Business School Africa is urging journalists and other media practitioners to consider applying for the 2023 edition of the Sol Plaatje Scholarship.
Henley Business School Africa opens branch in Cape Town
SA’s only quadruple accredited, international business school, which has been active in Johannesburg for 30 years, will open its doors in Cape Town.
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